Google’s AlphaGo — the AI developed to tackle the world’s most demanding strategy game — is stepping down from competitive matches after defeating the world’s best talent. The latest to succumb is Go’s top-ranked player, Ke Jie, who lost 3–0 in a series hosted in China this week. The AI, developed by London-based DeepMind, which was acquired by Google… Read More

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